T&TSE suffers minor slip on Tuesday

Market activity ended, with the market declining after investors traded 37 percent fewer shares on Tuesday than on Monday, resulting in more stocks falling than rising at the close of trading on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange.

Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange Head Quarters

Trading ended with 20 securities changing hands similar to Monday and ended with five stocks rising, seven declining and eight remaining unchanged.
The Composite Index slipped 1.84 to 1,341.91, the All T&T Index lost 0.84 points to close at 1,794.69 and the Cross-Listed Index dipped 0.39 points to 120.25.
At the close of the market, 236,729 shares traded, at $2,812,561 compared to 377,790 units at $3,630,602 on Monday.
An average of 11,836 units changed hands at $140,628 compared to 18,890 at $181,530 on Monday. An average of 11,842 units traded at $263,239 for the month to date versus 11,843 units at $286,157. The average trade for March was 12,610 units at $342,338.
The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows four stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and one with a lower offer.
At the close, Agostini’s dropped $1.60 to close at $24.40 trading 20,558 shares, Calypso Macro Investment Fund gained 5 cents in closing at $14.30, with 120 stocks clearing the market, Clico Investment rose 37 cents to close at $25.40 while exchanging 24,305 stock units, Endeavour Holdings fell $1.20 to close at 52 weeks’ low of $9.30 in trading 400 stocks. First Citizens Bank rose 49 cents to $46.99, with 1,613 units changing hands, FirstCaribbean International Bank settled at $6.90 in exchanging 2,250 stocks. Grace Kennedy fell 10 cents to $4.80 in exchanging 3,000 shares, Guardian Holdings ended at $26 after exchanging 16,725 shares, Guardian Media fell 24 cents to $3.01 trading 500 stocks. JMMB Group fell 2 cents to $1.82, with 61,383 stock units changing hands, L.J Williams B share declined 5 cents to $1.40 in switching ownership of 22,803 stocks. Massy Holdings closed at $64, with 1,000 shares crossing the exchange. National Enterprises ended at $3, in trading 18,000 stock units, NCB Financial Group traded 32,678 stocks at $8.22. Prestige Holdings ended at $7.50 while trading 700 units. Scotiabank ended at $54.70 after exchanging 2,124 shares, Trinidad & Tobago NGL slipped 20 cents to $14.60 trading 1,920 stock units, Unilever Caribbean stayed at $16.33 in an exchange of 23,576 units and West Indian Tobacco carved out a gain of 7 cents in closing at $32.99 with an exchange of 574 units.
In the preference segment, L.J Williams advanced 19 cents to close at $3.79 with an exchange of 2,500 shares.

Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Falling stocks day

Market activity recorded a big bounce on Monday, from Friday’s very low level of trading and ended with the volume of stocks traded surging 121 percent and the value up 436 percent over Friday’s tepid levels, with more stocks falling than rising, at the close of the Jamaica Stock Exchange Main Market.
The All Jamaican Composite Index declined 1,972.70 points to 430,747.05, the Main Index shed 1,779.46 points to 392,649.46 and the JSE Financial Index slipped 0.32 points to 98.47.
Trading ended with 48 securities, down from 49 on Friday and closed with prices of 11 stocks rising, 23 declining and 14 remaining unchanged. The PE Ratio based on ICInsider.com’s forecast of 2021-22 earnings averages 15.4.
The market closed with 20,114,270 shares trading for $48,738,713, up from 3,755,183 units at $22,081,750 on Friday. Wigton Windfarm dominated trading with 72.1 percent of total volume for 14.50 million shares followed by Sagicor Select Financial Fund with 8.6 percent for 1.72 million units and Salada Foods with 3.8 percent market share for 765,951 units.
Trading averaged 419,047 units at $1,015,390, compared to 76,636 shares at $450,648 on Friday. Month to date trading averaged 230,411 units at $987,324, in contrast to 191,717 units at $981,567 on Friday. Trading month to date compares to 354,304 units at $2,543,232.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading has 10 stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and three with lower offers.
At the close, Barita Investments shed 50 cents to $86.50 with 8,094 shares changing hands, Berger Paints fell 88 cents to close at $12.31 in the swapping of 5 shares, Caribbean Cement gained 38 cents to end at $72 with a transfer of 9,741 stocks. Carreras lost 20 cents to finish at $8.80, with 188,295 units clearing the market, Eppley dropped $4.09 to end at $30 after exchanging 160 shares. First Rock Capital rose 54 cents to $16.55 with 1,002 stock units crossing the market, Grace Kennedy shed 70 cents to close at $87.20 in exchanging 25,206 stock units, Jamaica Broilers declined 50 cents to $28.50 with investors switching ownership of 44,922 units. Jamaica Stock Exchange dipped 49 cents to $18 trading 1,565 shares, Mayberry Jamaican Equities finished 62 cents lower at $7.18 after exchanging 9,100 units, MPC Caribbean Clean Energy fell $1 to a 52 weeks’ low of $129 after a transfer of two units, Palace Amusement climbed $16.01 to $814 with an exchange of 193 stocks. Proven Investments gained 50 cents to end at $35.50 with 4,266 shares clearing the market, Sagicor Group declined $2.30 to end at $47.70 in trading 24,000 stock units, Salada Foods fell 20 cents to $5 with 765,951 units changing hands. Scotia Group fell 70 cents to $40 in switching ownership of 48,277 shares, Supreme Ventures rose 60 cents to $16.10 in the swapping of 17,031 units and Wisynco Group lost 60 cents to close at $15 trading 102,762 stock units.
In the preference segment, JMMB Group 7.25% gained 14 cents to close at $1.59 after an exchange of 8,442 stocks.

Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Down day for Junior Market

Trading closed on Monday with the market volume retreating 38 percent from Friday’s trades, while the value fell 32 percent on a day when declining stocks outnumbered rising ones almost two to one and pressured the market index into a sizeable fall at the close of the Junior Market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange.
The Junior Market Index dropped 40.82 points to settle at 3,017.44. The PE Ratio based on ICInsider.com’s forecast of 2021-22 earnings averages 11.2.
Trading ended with 33 securities changing hands, down from 37 on Friday and closed with the prices of eight rising, 15 declining and 10 remaining unchanged.
The market closed with an exchange of 6,424,212 shares for $21,113,857, down from 10,384,599 units at $30,949,770 on Friday. Derrimon Trading led trading with 38.4 percent of total volume for 2.46 million shares, followed by Mailpac Group with 14.9 percent for 958,702 units and Jamaican Teas with 11.5 percent for 739,090 units.
Trading averaged 194,673 units at $639,814, in contrast to 280,665 at $836,480 on Friday. Trading month to date averages 210,513 units at $691,011, consistent with 213,535 units at $700,777 on Friday. Trading in March resulted in an average of 252,633 units at $733,196.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows four stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and three with lower offers.
At the close, AMG Packaging lost 10 cents ending at $1.80 with the swapping of 4,875 shares, Caribbean Cream fell 96 cents to $5.40 in trading 11,152 stocks, Caribbean Flavours slipped 12 cents to $2.16 with 3,846 units changing hands. Consolidated Bakeries finished 5 cents lower at $1.33 with an exchange of 38,000 shares, Express Catering shed 23 cents to $4.55 in transferring 100 units. Fontana lost 5 cents to close at $5.70 trading 272,941 shares, Indies Pharma declined 5 cents to $4.40 with the swapping of 323,617 stocks. ISP Finance gained 20 cents to settle at $24 in switching ownership of 100 stock units, Jamaican Teas picked up 10 cents to close at $3.29 after an exchange of 739,090 shares, Lasco Distributors shed 16 cents to $3.83 with a transfer of 138,496 stock units, Lasco Manufacturing fell 5 cents to $4.54 in trading 11,549 units. Limners and Bards advanced 5 cents to close at $2.80 after exchanging 136,131 stock units, Lumber Depot gained 9 cents to finish at $2.40 with investors switching ownership of 283,488 stocks, SSL Venture rose 8 cents to 63 cents in trading 44,276 shares. Stationery and Office Supplies declined 10 cents to $5.40, with 20,100 units crossing the market and tTech advanced 20 cents to $4.60 with 100 shares clearing the market.
In the preference segment, CAC 2000 9.5% preference share gained 12 cents in closing at $1.50 in switching ownership of 32,327 stock units.

Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

JSE USD stocks mostly fall

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Trading picked up with a 231 percent rise in the volume of shares on Monday than on Friday, on the US dollar market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange, resulting in more stocks falling than rising, but the market index still manages to squeeze out a narrow gain.
Trading ended with six securities changing hands, compared to five on Friday with prices of two stocks rising, four declining and none remaining unchanged.
The JSE USD Equity Index gained 1.25 points to end at 208.65. The average PE Ratio based on ICInsider.com’s forecast of 2021-22 earnings, ended at 12.7.
Overall, 345,477 shares traded, for US$9,126 compared to 104,433 units at US$1,085 on Friday.
Trading averaged 57,580 units at US$1,521, in contrast to 20,887 shares at US$217 on Friday. Trading month to date averages 51,657 units at US$2,054 versus 50,431 units at US$2,165 on Friday. March ended with an average of 68,746 units for US$13,137.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows one stock ended with the bid higher than the last selling price and one with a lower offer.
At the close, First Rock Capital gained 0.05 of a cent to close at 8.9 US cents in switching ownership of 839 shares, Margaritaville fell 1 cent to 9 US cents after trading 3,975 units, Proven Investments declined by 0.4 of a cent to end at 25.1 US cents, with 9,555 stock units changing hands. Sterling Investments lost 0.01 of a cent in ending at 2.29 US cents with an exchange of 2,348 units, Sygnus Credit Investments rose 0.05 of a cent to 15 US cents after trading 23,723 shares and Transjamaican Highway lost 0.1 of a cent in closing at 0.85 US cents after exchanging 305,037 shares.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Stocks recorded gains down under

Stocks mostly rose in market activity on Monday, with the market rising after investors traded 36.35 percent more shares than on Friday, but with a lower value at the close of trading on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange.
Overall, 20 securities traded compared to 17 on Friday, with the prices of six rising, three declining and 11 remaining unchanged. The Composite Index rose 5.92 points to 1,343.75, the All T&T Index gained 8.94 points to close at 1,795.53, and the Cross-Listed Index climbed 0.39 points to settle at 120.64.
At the close, 377,790 shares traded, for $3,630,602 compared to 277,070 units at $5,962,247 on Friday.
An average of 18,890 units traded for $181,530 compared to 16,298 at $350,720 on Friday. An average of 11,843 shares traded at $286,157 for the month to date versus 10,223 units at $310,209. The average trade for March amounted to 12,610 units at $342,338.
The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows three stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers.
At the close, Agostini’s closed at $26 with 1,576 shares trading, Angostura Holdings closed at $15.42 in exchanging 1,500 stock units, Clico Investment Fund added 1 cent to close at $25.03, with the swapping of 60,610 units, Endeavour Holdings remained at $10.50 trading 5,600 shares. First Citizens Bank settled at $46.50, with 1,127 units changing hands, Grace Kennedy climbed 10 cents to $4.90 with an exchange of 38,037 stocks, Guardian Holdings dipped 1 cent to $26, trading 37,324 stocks, JMMB Group rose 1 cent to $1.84, with 141,000 units crossing the market. L.J Williams B share remained at $1.45 with the swapping of 1,000 stock units, Massy Holdings ended at $64 with an exchange of 1,656 shares, National Enterprises ended at $3 with an exchange of 42,834 shares. Flour Mills ended at $2.25, with 250 stock units crossing the market, One Caribbean Media slipped 1 cent to $4.89 switching 40,900 shares, Point Lisas closed at $3 after 249 shares crossed the exchange. Prestige Holdings ended at $7.50, after finishing trading of 120 shares, Republic Financial Holdings rose $2 to $134 in an exchange of 523 stock units, Scotiabank carved out a gain of 70 cents to close at $54.70 and finished with an exchange of 783 stocks. Trinidad & Tobago NGL rose 5 cents to $14.80, trading 1,078 stocks, Trinidad Cement remained at $3, with 1,313 stocks crossing the exchange and West Indian Tobacco shed 7 cents in ending at $32.92, trading 310 shares.

 Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

IC TOP10 gaining from rising Junior Market

Trading in a week cut short by the Easter Monday public holiday and half a day on Friday saw the Junior Market continuing its bullish rise, to sit just a few points below the January 2020 close, but the Main Market continues to consolidate, sitting well below last April peak and even worse, the February level of over 500,000 points.

Caribbean Cream

The past week saw Caribbean Cream finally moved higher, with supplies of the stock drying up at lower levels and few stocks currently on offer, with investors anticipating positive news when the company releases full year results later this month or early in May. The stock dropped out of the Top 10 and now sits at the 11th spot and should have more juice to move much higher, but it will depend on results due in a few weeks’ time.
General Accident moved up to fill the spot left vacant by Caribbean Cream. The main market continues to trade in a narrow channel and shows no sign of a breakout. First quarter results start coming in the latter part of this month and will determine the short-term move. In this regard, watch Barita Investments, Caribbean Cement, Grace Kennedy, NCB Financial, PanJam Investment and Sagior Group.
The top three stocks in the Junior Market at the end of the week are now Jetcon Corporation, followed by Main Event and Elite Diagnostic, with the potential to gain between 275 to 305 percent. The top three Main Market stocks remain unchanged, with Radio Jamaica in the number one spot, with the price moving from $1.48 last week to $1.61, followed by PanJam and VM Investments, with expected gains of 178 to 397 percent.
The Junior Market and the Main Market continue to get support from technical indicators that point to robust gains ahead. Added to the technical indicators is limited supply of shares for some companies. One such is Caribbean Cream that currently has few offers on the board, the same goes for Elite Diagnostic, Stationery and Office Supplies, Lasco Financial Main Event, ISP Financial, Cargo Handlers. In the Main Market, it’s Radio Jamaica and Berger Paints.
The targeted PE ratio averages 20 based on profits of companies reporting full year’s results, up to the second quarter of 2022. For reference, fiscal 2020-21 average PE ended at 17 for Junior Stocks and 19 times for the Main Market at the end of March 2021. With interest rates on government paper below 5 percent and likely to remain there for a few years, the likelihood is for the average PE ratios to climb higher during the next twelve months.
The Junior Market, with an average PE 12.3 based on ICInsider.com’s 2021-22 earnings, is currently trading well below the target, as well as the recent historical average of 17. The Junior Market Top 10 stocks average a mere 5.7 at just 47 percent of the market average, indicating strong gains ahead. The JSE Main Market ended the week with an overall PE of 15, some distance from the 19 the market ended March at. The Main Market TOP 10 trades at a PE of 7.4 or 50 percent of the PE of that market and well off the potential of 20.
The average projected gain for the Junior Market IC TOP 10 stocks is 251 percent and 181 percent for the JSE Main Market, based on 2021-22 earnings. IC TOP10 stocks are likely to deliver the best returns up to March 2022 and ranked in order of potential gains, based on likely gain for each company, taking into account the earnings and PE ratios for the current fiscal year. Expected values will change as stock prices fluctuate and result in movements in and out of the lists weekly. Revisions to earnings per share are ongoing, based on receipt of new information.

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Main Market slips into the weekend

Trading ended with the market declining on the shortened Friday session with the market closing after just two hours of activity in keeping with scheduled early closure, which led to sharply reduced activity rising of 55 percent fewer shares with a value that was 49 percent less than on Thursday on the Jamaica Stock Exchange Main Market.
The All Jamaican Composite Index fell 280.81 points to settle at 432,719.75, the JSE Main Index lost 93.85 points to 394,428.92 and the JSE Financial Index lost 0.41 points to end at 98.79.
Overall 49 securities traded versus 48 on Thursday with 16 rising, 15 declining and 18 ending unchanged. The PE Ratio averages 15.6 based on ICInsider.com’s forecast of 2021-22 earnings.
Overall, 3,755,183 shares traded for $22,081,750 compared to 8,394,618 units at $43,010,092 on Thursday. Wigton Windfarm led trading with 40.3 percent of total volume for 1.51 million shares, followed by Key Insurance 10.8 percent, with 407,418 units and Transjamaican Highway with 8.3 percent for 311,804 units.
Trading averaged 76,636 units at $450,648, compared to 174,888 shares at $896,044 on Thursday. Trading month to date averaged 191,717 units at $981,567, in contrast to 222,197 units at $1,122,189 on Thursday. Trading month to date compares adversely to March with an average of 354,107 units at $2,572,127.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows seven stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and one with a lower offer.
At the close, Berger Paints advanced 89 cents to finish at $13.19 with 100 shares traded, Caribbean Cement dropped $2.36 to $71.62 with a transfer of 833 units, Eppley Caribbean Property Fund jumped $4.11 to $44.50 with an exchange of 100 stocks. Jamaica Broilers fell 30 cents to $29 with investors switching ownership of 65,501 shares, Jamaica Producers declined by 70 cents to settle at $21.30 with 100 units changing hands, Jamaica Stock Exchange climbed $1.19 to $18.49 with 1,250 stocks traded. JMMB Group dropped 85 cents to $31.85 with 17,666 shares changing hands, Margaritaville rose $1 to $33, with a transfer of 100 units, Mayberry Investments lost 37 cents to end at $5.10 with an exchange of 55,300 stocks. Proven Investments fell 94 cents to $35 with 82 shares passing through the market, Sagicor Group declined by $1 to close at $50 with 13,238 units changing hands, Seprod climbed $1.40 to $73.50 with 5,127 shares traded. Supreme Ventures fell 60 cents to $15.50 with a transfer of 291,969 stocks and Wisynco Group gained 43 cents to finish at $15.60 with 36,182 units crossing the exchange.
In the preference segment, JMMB Group 7.25% lost 15 cents to close at $1.45 with 474 shares changing hands.

Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Juniors hit new 14 months high on Friday

Trading closed on Friday, with the market rising to sit just 8 points away from the February 2020 high of 3,066.67 on the first trading day in the month after the Junior Market gained 18.23 points to close at 3,058.26. The market opened 3,017.24 points and gradually wind its way upwards to a peak of 3,062.24 points for the day with just eight minutes of trading left before the close.
Trading ended with 37 securities changing hands compared to 33 on Thursday and ended with 17 rising, nine declining and 11, closed unchanged. The PE Ratio averages 12.3 based on ICInsider.com’s forecast of 2021-22 earnings.
Overall 10,384,599 shares traded at $30,949,770 versus 9,469,995 units at $31,077,238 on Thursday.
Derrimon Trading led trading with 4.47 million shares for 43 percent of total volume followed by Jamaican Teas with 1.89 million units for 18.2 percent and Lumber Depot with 1.18 million units for 11.4 percent market share.
Trading averaged 280,665 units at $836,480 in contrast to 286,970 at $941,734 on Thursday. Trading month to date averages 213,535 units at $700,777, up from 195,271 units at $663,857 on Thursday. Trading in March resulted in an average of 252,633 units at $733,196 trading.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows three stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers.
At the close, AMG Packaging advanced 20 cents to $1.90, with 500 stocks changing hands, CAC 2000 lost 25 cents to close at $9.65 in trading 320,549 units. Caribbean Assurance Brokers increased 8 cents to $2.18 after exchanging 3,750 stock units, Caribbean Flavours climbed 8 cents to $2.28 in switching ownership of 50,101 stock units. Consolidated Bakeries dropped 37 cents to $1.38 after exchanging 800 units, Fosrich rose 30 cents to $5.50 with the swapping of 100,350 stock units. General Accident fell 5 cents to $5.78 with 68,658 shares crossing the market, Indies Pharma climbed 5 cents to $4.45, with 185,769 units changing hands. Iron Rock Insurance lost 72 cents to end at $2.88, with an exchange of 1,000 stock units, Jamaican Teas rose 7 cents to $3.19, with 1,885,952 stock units changing hands, Lasco Manufacturing rose 25 cents to $4.59 in an exchange of 89,882 stocks. Limners and Bards gained 4 cents in closing at $2.75 and 103,398 units switching owners, Lumber Depot rose 6 cents to $2.31, trading 1,180,726 stock units. SSL Venture declined 6 cents to close at 55 cents with 331 stock units changing hands and Stationery and Office Supplies declined 7 cents to close at $5.50 after an exchange of 20,000 units.
In the preference segment, CAC 2000 9.5% preference share increased 18 cents to close at $1.38 in trading 6,335 stock units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Majority of stocks fall on Friday

Trading sank on the shortened trading session on Friday with 73 percent fewer shares changed hands than on Thursday, on the Jamaica Stock Exchange US dollar market, resulting in no stock recording gains and sending the market index into a decline for the day and for a shortened week.  

Trading ended with five securities changing hands, compared to seven on Thursday with no stock rising, four declining and one remaining unchanged.
The JSE USD Equity Index lost 3.45 points to end at 207.40. The average PE Ratio ends at 13 based on ICInsider.com’s forecast of 2021-22 earnings.
Overall, 104,433 shares traded at US$1,085 versus 387,195 units at US$8,455 on Thursday.
Trading averaged 20,887 units at US$217, in contrast to 55,314 shares at US$1,208 on Thursday. Trading for the month to date averaged 50,431 units at US$2,165 in contrast to 56,586 units at US$2,571 on Thursday. March ended with an average of 68,746 units for US$13,137.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows two stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers.
At the close, First Rock Capital dropped 0.05 of a cent in ending at 8.85 US cents, with 540 shares trading, Margaritaville fell 1 cent to 10 US cents while exchanging 28 units, Proven Investments remained at 25.5 US cents, with 291 stock units changing hands. Sygnus Credit Investments shed 0.05 of a cent to 14.95 US cents while exchanging 545 stock units and Transjamaican Highway dropped 0.02 of a cent to end at 0.95 of a US cent after 103,029 units changed hands.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Stocks closed with gains on Friday

Stocks trading on Friday delivered a 128 percent increase in volume than on Thursday, but the value fell 21 percent, with the prices of more stocks rising than falling at the close of the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange.
Trading ended with 17 securities changing hands, similar to Thursday, with prices of six rising, two declining and nine remaining unchanged. The Composite Index rose 0.42 points to 1,337.83, the All T&T Index gained 1.22 points to settle at 1,786.59, and the Cross-Listed Index fell 0.05 points to close at 120.25.
At the close, 277,070 shares costing $5,962,247 traded compared to 121,724 units at $7,589,179 on Thursday. An average of 16,298 units traded at $350,720 compared to 7,160 at $446,422 on Thursday. Trading month to date averages 10,223 units traded at $310,209 versus 8,748 units at $300,372. The average trade for March amounted to 12,610 units at $342,338.
The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows four stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers and one traded at a 52 weeks’ high.
At the close, Clico Investment Fund gained 2 cents in closing at $25.02, with 13,066 shares changing hands, First Citizens Bank remained at $46.50 trading 75 shares, FirstCaribbean International Bank shed 4 cents to close at $6.90, after an exchanging of 852 stocks, Guardian Holdings added 1 cent to end at a 52 weeks’ high of $26.01, with 250 shares crossing the exchange. Guardian Media remained at $3.25 while exchanging 10,000 stocks, JMMB Group gained 2 cents to close at $1.83 in switching ownership of 3,626 shares, L.J Williams B share increased 5 cents to $1.45 in an exchange of 8,000 shares. Massy Holdings ended at $64, with 3,443 stock units crossing the exchange, National Enterprises closed at $3 in an exchange of 39,516 units, National Flour Mills climbed 5 cents to $2.25, trading 72,916 shares. NCB Financial Group carved out a gain of 1 cent at $8.22 while exchanging 19,000 units, One Caribbean Media ended at $4.90, with 1,000 units changing hands, Point Lisas remained at $3 after trading 891 stock units. Scotiabank remained at $54 with the swapping of 85,220 shares, Trinidad & Tobago NGL declined 25 cents to $14.75 after trading 13,250 units, Unilever Caribbean closed at $16.33, with 5,370 stock units clearing the market and West Indian Tobacco remained at $32.99 with an exchange of 595 stocks.

 Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.